Rahn+Bodmer Company Expands Sustainability Capabilities

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The oldest Swiss bank, Rahn+Bodmer Co., which works with private clients, foundations, and pension funds, said it would integrate and use Clarity AI's sustainability capabilities to help it follow its sustainable investing philosophy, which is based on ESG criteria, GRI standards, and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

“We offer all our clients the opportunity to invest the assets entrusted to us in the interests of a more sustainable world, and we encourage them to do so,” said Eric Steinhauser, Chairman of the Executive Board at Rahn+Bodmer Co. As Zurich's oldest private bank, we have a long-term horizon. We think in generations. So naturally, incorporating sustainability into our daily practices corresponds with our strategy and goals.”

Clarity AI's extensive capabilities in impact investing aligned with the UN SDGs and ESG risk, as well as advanced-technology-driven coverage of companies' exposures to specific income streams, will be incorporated directly into Rahn+Bodmer Co.'s existing investment platform. This integration works well and makes it easy to use the most complete set of sustainability data in the industry right away.

“We are thrilled to be working with the team at Rahn+Bodmer Co.,” said Quentin Dehem, Head of Strategic Clients at Clarity AI. “Our mission is to bring societal impact to markets, and we are grateful to be able to share our sustainability capabilities with their full client base.”

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